There are sources of air pollution in every single room in the house.

Regular activities such as showering, cooking and cleaning create issues.

The air conditioner and furnace can contribute to contaminants getting introduced and circulated throughout the house. Pesticides, remodeling projects, pressboard furniture, exhaust fumes, pet dander and mold and mildew growth degrade air quality. While it’s necessary to tightly seal the home to prevent energy waste, the elimination of natural ventilation traps bacteria, VOCs, viruses and particles inside. At various times of year, excessive or insufficient humidity become concerns. Living with poor indoor air quality can lead to a wide variety of health concerns. Sore throat, congestion, headaches, coughing and sneezing can be blamed on the breathing air. Difficulty sleeping and aggravated issues with asthma, allergies, eczema, psoriasis and respiratory infection are consequences of inferior air quality. While regular cleaning and replacing air filters helps, sometimes proactive measures are necessary. Modern whole-home air purifiers incorporate advanced technology that captures particulates and kills pathogens. These systems install into the ductwork, operate silently and positively impact every cubic foot of air reached by the heating and cooling system. Air purifiers can combat unpleasant odors and minimize the spread of viruses and bacteria. There are models that actively send out positive and negative ions. These ions not only destroy microorganisms but cause particles to clump together, fall out of the air and become more easily trapped by filters. Air purifiers require nothing more than annual maintenance. They accommodate nearly any type of heating and cooling system, handle the demands of all sizes of home and offer exceptional reliability.


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